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Customer Service Information for November 2, 2012

 

 

 

NJ TRANSIT rail service on the North Jersey Coast Line, Raritan Valley Line and the Main Line is suspended due to a power failure at NJ TRANSIT’s rail operations center which controls the lines.


Northeast Corridor service between New York and Trenton is not effected and will operate from Trenton to New York on a special schedule .


NJ TRANSIT rail passes will be cross honored on NJ TRANSIT and buses. 

 


Bus Service:

  • Bus service is operating on 68 bus routes in northern New Jersey and 18 bus routes insouthern New Jersey, providing service over the entire routes with no detours or truncations.   For a complete list click here
  • Partial service is operating on 58 bus routes in northern New Jersey and 17 routes in southern New Jersey, with detours or truncations due to ongoing impacts from Hurricane Sandy.  For a complete list click here
  • Bus service on routes not listed remains suspended until further notice.  Power outages in local communities have resulted in the loss of traffic control devices critical to safe operation in some areas.  Downed tree limbs and power lines continue to make many roads impassable.  Personnel are in the field reviewing and assessing these conditions in order to ensure that service is restored as soon as it becomes safe to do so.  

Light Rail Service:

  • River Line is operating ona Sunday schedule between Trenton Transit Center andthe Entertainment Center in Camden. 
  • Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and Newark Light Rail service will remain suspended until further notice.  There is currently no estimated time for resumption of service.   An assessment of rail infrastructure has revealed significant damage across the system, including:
    • Newark Light Rail sustained flooding in Newark Penn Station, as well as major debris damage between Newark Penn and Branch Brook Park stations.
    • Hudson-Bergen Light Rail experienced track washouts at Port Imperial and West Side Avenue stations, as well as trees in the overhead wire in Weehawken and flooding in Hoboken.

Access Link:

  • Access Link service is operating in the following regions:
  • Region 2, which includes Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, GloucesterandSalem counties.
  • Region 3, which includes Atlantic, Cape May and SouthernOcean County.

Monthly Pass Extension:

NJ TRANSIT has extending the validity period for October monthly passes until Wednesday, November 7 for customer convenience.

 

Service Updates:

For the latest travel information, customers should listen to broadcast traffic reports, visit or access NJ TRANSIT’s Twitter feed at @NJ_TRANSIT. Additionally, NJ TRANSIT will provide the most current service information via the My Transit alert system (www.njtransit.com/mytransit), which delivers travel advisories for your specific trip to your cell phone, PDA or pager. Service information is also available by calling (973) 275-5555.